I recently purchased a four line passive switcher/splitter for A/B comparisons between amps and headphones:
This is a tiny and inexpensive product ($25). I know it will degrade the sound to some degree, but I’m still able to hear room echoes and air from acoustic instruments so it’s not too bad. I don’t intend to use this for critical listening, but to reduce the tedium, wear-and-tear, and inconsistencies of manual line swaps.
Note that the vendor sells many other variations of this product to serve different needs.
I also purchased several very short (1.6 foot / 0.5 meter) 3.5mm to RCA cables to connect it to multiple amps:
For scale and my current usage, here’s a picture of the switcher next to the cell phone sized FiiO Q5 DAC/Amp. The Q5 is feeding a 3.5mm line out into the bottom of the Little Bear, with three 3.5mm output cables on back. Also for scale, I put an XLR-4 adapter in the background.
The left knob switches between the four output lines, the round black button is a mute toggle, and the right knob is the volume control. The lower right switch is for the volume taper, and it scales for either headphones or speakers.